Laredo Community College will recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to their community during the first-ever annual Legacy Dinner, which is slated for Thursday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. in the Kazen Student Center at the Fort McIntosh Campus.
Spearheaded by the newly formed LCC Alumni and Friends Association, the event will recognize and commend the efforts of community leaders who have helped support the college in various capacities.
Several individuals will be honored for their commitment to student success and their positive impact in their community.
Additionally, one honoree will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for their tireless efforts in building and serving their local community, as well as propelling the mission of LCC.
This year’s inaugural cohort of honorees is Justice Patricia Alvarez, Public Service; Pete Astudillo, Performing Arts; Kaleb Canales, Athletics; Oscar Castillo, Science and Technology; Sheriff Martin Cuellar, Law Enforcement; Gonzalez Auto Parts, Workforce and Vocational Services; Meg Guerra, Environment; Armando Hinojosa, Visual Arts; Dr. Jacinto Juarez, Education; Elmo Lopez Jr., Health Science; and the Guadalupe and Lilia Martinez Foundation, Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tickets will be available to the public for $75 per person, or a table of 10 guests for $750.
For more information on ticket and table sales, contact LCC President’s Office at 721-5101.